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GREAT NECK, N.Y. — Nassau County Police broke up a massive, 400-person house party and found several unconscious underage drinkers Tuesday night.

Police were called to 32 Old Mill Rd. in Great Neck around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Upon arrival, they found approximately 400 people inside the house, and a majority of them were underage, police said.

Two male teenagers, 15 and 16, and one 16-year-old female were found suffering from severe intoxication, according to police. They were taken to a local hospital for treatment.

Homeowner Adam Hutt, 53, was issued an appearance ticket for violating the Social Host Law, which forbids adults from allowing minors to consume alcohol in the state of New York.

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